Paula Rhoads provides some suggestions on how to reduce stress on mentally disabled people in our community, some of whom have been wrongfully denied services or left to rot on waiting lists while our governments "landbank" brick/mortar buildings the public already paid for. Does that make sense? Paula also provides her platform for her bid to run to replace Ken Ross as CEO of Pinnacol Assurance in the next election. With a background as a property adjuster doing claims for several insurance companies, she does have "risk management experience" sort of. And a bit of moral fiber, unlike her opponent. Paula proposes purchase of numerous Triple Tessla MRI machines to spread around Colorado to ensure that everyone can get one inexpensively and quickly, including inmates, so we can eliminate the "deny and delay" strategies that only provide wealth to cretans and mercenary liar doctors like Dr. Robert E. Kleinman, who fabricated 4.5 years of marital therapy in Paula's case. Paula would also use the CU Medical buildings at Colorado Blvd and Eighth Streets to establish a housing cooperative with various disability groups receiving a building each for administrative offices and residential conversion. Cost efficiency would trump current practices of paying care givers for gasoline and transport instead of delivery of services to the recipient. Landbanking empty buildings will become a criminal matter punishable by prison terms for government workers who think financial incentives and bribes are appropriate in governmental agencies. Remember that Pinnacol Assurance has wrongfully exercised governmental authority because they have never had the "consent of the governed" as mentioned in the Declaration of Independence right below "safety" and "pursuit of happiness." You, the voter, could make Colorado behave better, instead of purposely stressing disabled people and destroying their families, as Colorado's system now does with great mirth. Join me in my crusade to throw the bastards out!
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